Don‘t play with food. But the Italian artist Giulia Bernardelli does not play, she transforms coffee grounds and other foot leftovers into art.
Degas’ Ballerina Holds her entire being On the tip Of her right slipper. She achieves the point of balance With vain turns The flash of a camera Breaks into her silence A face storms in Taking her back to childhood. […]
What was still part of Japanese youth culture a few decades ago has established itself in the West as well: Cosplay
There he lays. Six foot two, sturdily built, heavy leather jacket and wet spots in the crotch of the worn jeans smeared with damp earth. In the middle of the crossroads of the small town somewhere in Germany he lays […]
Yes, one of the many things life offers us, whether we like it or not. Would it be a gift? Would it be a burden? It depends on, me, or you, how we feel what responsibility is. Or, still, it […]
Nowhere else in the world do the contrasts between tradition and newness appear to lie so close together as in Japan.
A ladle of hot and flavorful bean stew is a must have at any meal in Brazil. We love our bean stew with a spoonful of white rice besides vegetables, beef, chicken or fish. On the plate, some prefer to […]
If you listen to Pink’s 8th studio album, which has been long awaited by the music world, then it’s somehow different – but still pretty good.
The word burns, the word freezes, set fire to paradise, extinguish hell, Jorge Luis said it, Dante said it, we know that for sure, now, but we didn’t practice it, because we don’t dare to obliterate with edens and anathemas, […]
Since time immemorial, the Himalayas have radiated a special fascination to people. For some it is an almost mystical place, for others it is a challenge to grow beyond oneself.
In April, PonderingTime editor Arthur Pahl published an article about Daniel Alvarez Jacobsen, who has made a name for himself in Colombia practicing the German butcher’s trade.
Aloneness and loneliness are different things, because just today many people are lonely, although they are actually surrounded by people. Like the liftboy in this animated film.
He’s young, he’s industrious, and on top of that, he’s very charming. Daniel Alvarez Jacobsen, known as the Sausage King of Colombia, has charisma and that can’t hurt if you try to make everything out of nothing.
Lying on the wooden planks of a boat dock reaching far into the “Mobile Bay”, like a hunter my IPhone in position, the view changed between distance and display, fixing the play of colors of clouds and sun, I listened
In how many different languages are people still calling every day again and again?